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CSPAN
Oct 1, 2012 12:45am EDT
, and the essence of humankind humiliated and suppressed. political institutions. unilateralism, double standards, the imposition of war, instability, occupation to ensure economic interests and expand dominance. intimidation by nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction by the hegemony powers has become prevalent. the pledge to disclose these ordnances in due time is being used as a new language of threats against nations to coerce them into accepting a new era of hegemony. continued threats by the zionists to resort to military action against our great nation is a clear example of this as a reality. it casts a shadow on the international relations while there is no just authority to resolve world conflicts. no one is safe, even those who have stockpiles of thousands of atomic bombs and other arms. the environmental situation -- the commonwealth and heritage of humankind has been seriously damaged and devastated as a response of irresponsible use of resources across the world. a situation that has caused massive drought, flood, and pollution and has jeopardized human life on earth. despite
LINKTV
Oct 19, 2012 3:00pm PDT
five millennia, humankind has seemed to dominate earth, both creating and destroying grand civilizations. each of these human experiments has changed our planet. this high vantage point brings us a new and sobering view. for the first time, we behold our world as finite, limited. on the darkened face of earth, the lights of cities record the expansion of our kind. just 50 years ago, two billion people lived on earth. today our global population has reached five billion. within the next generation, it will double once more. our exponential growth now threatens the very resources that sustain life. the abandoned ruins of ancient societies hold clues to our survival. but to learn from our past, we must discard a romantic image of these earlier and more simple societies. archaeologist william sanders. a commonly held notion among the public at large and also among some of my anthropological colleagues is that non-western peoples live in harmony with nature, that they have relatively stable environmental relationships. what archaeology teaches us is that that's not true. keach:
FOX
Oct 26, 2012 10:00pm EDT
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CSPAN
Oct 27, 2012 8:30pm EDT
and you would be hated by all of humankind. that was over after oj and a lot of the change after oj was very subtle but it was a wonderful thing that happened for race relations in america. that faded, it happened a long time ago and along comes barack obama the most liberal candidate on a major party ticket in the nation's history. so it's a 244 liberals. they get a liberal president and they can give him credit. -- said they are in heaven. now with obama it's come right back again. we are all walking on eggshells again. not very delicately on those eggshells. like my introduction. [laughter] i am going to it debate party tonight. the host called it racist pizza debate party because he's having it in his fifth apartment. it's an apartment. maybe it's not being taken quite as seriously but it did work in 2000. more white people voted for barack obama 2008 than voted for any democratic candidate for president in nearly 40 years. tied with clinton and incumbent in 1996 and look at the wonders that produce. it produces disaster as it did nric city and it has with barack obama. you can
CSPAN
Oct 28, 2012 9:30am EDT
of humankind. that was over. a lot of the change after o.j. was very subtle but it was a wonderful thing that happened for race relations in america. that faded. it happened daylong time ago and a long comes barack obama, the most liberal candidate in the nation's history. they get a liberal president and attacked critics are calling them racist. with obama it has come back. we are walking on egg shells again. admittedly not very delicately on those egg shells. just my introduction. i am going to a debate party tonight, the racist pete said debate party, because he is having it in his apartment. apartment. it is an apartment. maybe it is not being taken quite as seriously have but it did work in 2008. more white people voted for barack obama than any democratic candidate for president in nearly 40 years, tied with clinton, incumbent in 1996. look at the wonders that produced, as it did in new york city and as it has with barack obama. you can see my book in effect in last week's debate. the first objective test obama has faced. for four years he has been coddles by the media. i guess he
CSPAN
Oct 9, 2012 6:00am EDT
and thriving economies. so many people across the world still look to america as the best hope of humankind. so many people still have faith in america. we must show them that we still have faith in ourselves, that we have the will on the wisdom to revive our stagnant economy, to roll back our unsustainable debt, to reform our government, to reverse the catastrophic cuts now threatening our national defense, to renew the sources of our great power and to lead the course of human events. sir winston churchill once said of george marshall, "he always fought victoriously against defeatism, the discouragement, and dissolution." that is the role our friends want us to play again, and the role we must play. the 21st century can and must be an american century. it began with terror and war and economic calamity. it is our duty to steer it under the path of freedom and peace and prosperity. the torch america carries is one of decency and hope. it is not america's torch alone, but it is america's duty and honor to hold it high enough that all the world can see it's like. thank you so much for your parti
ABC
Oct 15, 2012 3:00am PDT
live to conquer fears and pursue dreams. may our attempts at accomplishments progress humankind. i thought that was eloquent what he said. when he got back on safe ground. >> almost as succinct as one small step for man -- one giant -- i was just saying, you know. >>> moving on this morning to politics, and our new look at the presidential race with just 22 days to go. we're getting there, folks. our latest abc news/"washington post" poll finds president obama ahead of mitt romney, 49% to 46% among likely voters. however, 59% of romney supporters say they're strongly enthusiastic about him. that is compared to 55% of the president's supporters. >>> the poll comes a day before the candidates, of course, meet in their second debate. mitt romney is tuning up after his strong showing at the first face-to-face showdown in denver. the republican challenger is now in belmont, massachusetts, working on debate prep. >> hello, everybody. hello, hello! i brought some food. what's going on? >> and president obama took a break from his debate prep in williamsburg, virginia, to stop by a campaig
LINKTV
Oct 26, 2012 3:00pm PDT
of one planet and one family of humankind. but the view from earth reminds us of a common human dilemma, the rise and fall of our many ways of life. here, among the ruins of ancient civilizations, archaeologists are retracing the steps in a long and shared human odyssey. across two worlds, the old and the new, they are discovering the independent spark of the human genius, the many times and places that we have created grand civilizations. ancient egypt. as early as the 18th century, scholars came here to marvel at and study the great relics of the ancient sun kings. laboring among the pyramids and temples of this old-world civilization, early archaeologists speculated that complex civilizations were created in the near east to spread far and wide. they thought the greek city states, the roman empire, and all the civilizations that followed were the inheritors of a single act of creation. but discoveries in the new world would provide a stunning challenge to this myopic vision of human history. in 1839, in the jungles of mesoamerica, explorers john lloyd stephens and frederick catherwoo
MSNBC
Oct 31, 2012 1:00pm PDT
, humankind, is responsible in any way for the changes in climate that we've been experiencing. >> martin, can i make a quick point? >> please. >> just to be clear, something i said earlier. i wanted to get back to that, it is the case that fema, funding for fema, is not exempt from the automatic cuts or so-called sequestration. so if the sequestration does occur, these automatic cuts, $110 billion next year, that will hit fema as well. another good reason to try to make sure that doesn't happen. >> indeed. i believe we have ed markey with us at the moment. is that right, sir? oh, we don't. i'm so sorry. i was just told we did, but we don't. jared, going back to the economics of this and the fiscal cliff, how -- i mean, what happens now. because the president has already said that he wishes to have some kind of discussion as soon as possible about this matter. >> yeah. look, this is really quite simple. you can make it as complicated as you want. looks like they are about to speak here. >> yes, they are. >> i used to work for the president, by the way. this is not the first time he's interrupt
CSPAN
Oct 6, 2012 8:00pm EDT
long been a student of some of humankind's impulses. his 2004 book, the evolutionary roots of deception and the unconscious mind drew on his training in the philosophy of mind, psychology and psychoanalysis to examine the inevitability of deception. we are wired for it. in 2007, he explored the bellicose tendencies of humans in the most dangerous animal, human nature and origins of war. it seems that we are wired for that too. "less than human" why we demean, enslave and exterminate others, one of our two nonfiction winners tonight, brings history, psychology, biology anthropology and philosophy to bear on the phenomenon of dehumanization, the practice of one -- the practice by one group of rendering another group subhuman. needless to say, even if the humanization takes on particular cultural forms it is nonetheless as ancient as humanity in his argument and it's what he calls a joint creation of biology, culture and the architecture of the human mind. it's not difficult to think of far too many examples from the 20th century alone of words that have been used to dehumanize and indeed
FOX News
Oct 8, 2012 8:00am PDT
economies. so many people across the world still look to america as the best hope of humankind. so many people still have faith in america. we must show them that we still have faith in ourselves. that we have the will and the wisdom to revive our stagnant economy, to roll back our unsustainable debt. to reform our government. to reverse the catastrophic cuts now threatening our national defense. to renew the sources of our great power and to lead the course of "human events". sir winston churchhill once said of george marshall, he always fought victoriously against defeatism, discouragement and disillusion. that is the role our friend want america to play again and it is the role we must play. the 21st century can and must be an american century. it began with terror and war and economic calamity. it's our duty to steer it onto the path of freedom and peace and prosperity. the torch america carries is one of decency, and hope. it is not america's torch alone, but it is america's duty and honor to hold it high enough that all the world can see its light. thank you so much for your parti
CSPAN
Oct 18, 2012 1:00pm EDT
. countries have been fighting over resources for centuries. humankind has always been on the hunt for new and better sources of energy. and yet this is a moment of profound change and one that raises complex questions about the direction we are heading. right now, for example, in a dramatic reversal, developing countries are consuming more of the world's energy than developed countries. china and india costs energy needs are growing rapidly along with their it -- china and india is energy needs are growing rapidly along with their economies. there has been a surge in natural gas, lessening the world's dependence on oil. technology has developed to the point where we can drill for oil and gas in places like the arctic and the south china sea, opening up new opportunities, but also raising questions about our environment and catalyzing sources of tension. who will benefit from these changes? where will we get the energy to meet the world growing needs? how can we make sure that the institutions that kept global energy markets well supplied in the 20th-century, like the international energy
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